A/B Til Infinity is a collection of compact suites that rise and fall with the splendour of a film score. "Axis [Intro]" and the title track spend the LP's first five minutes biding their time before fading out with a single puff. The distant sirens of "Bad Boy" preface the harrowing "Adult," which lets out wide arcs of synth and brutally attacks them with needlepoint percussion. The gasps of "Disorbital" die out to make way for the techno-inspired "Water," which runs into the dejected limp of "My Life Is Vivid, My Eyes Are Open."
And so on. A/B Til Infinity takes full liberty of the album format's room for experimentation. It reduces itself to silence with every descent, so that any momentum quickly dissipates. It shares an attention-deficit fragmentation with Jam City's Classical Curves, but where that one rushed headlong into each fascinating new experiment, this one takes deep breaths and measured steps. It's a record more about sound design and structure, an abstract deconstruction of Night Slugs' sleek chrome aesthetic.